Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina, was promoted to the position of CEO of PEMEX after his predecessor Jose Antonio González Anaya was appointed to the cabinet of President Enrique Peña Nieto as Minister of Finance.
Newly appointed PEMEX CEO, Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina, declared the company’s intention to fight for […]Continue Reading →
Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina will be the new CEO of PEMEX as previous CEO José Antonio Anaya is shifted to the Ministry of Finance in a cabinet reshuffle by the Peña Nieto administration. Anaya’s move is to fill the gap left by José Antonio Meade who is leaving the Ministry of Finance and is pre-candidate […]Continue Reading →
PEMEX reported rises in both production of crude oil and exports in October. Crude oil production increased by 9.9 percent over September and exports by 15.8 percent reaching 1.902 million barrels per day and 1.342 million barrels per day respectively.
According to Carlos Murrieta Cummings, director of PEMEX Transformación Industrial, the […]Continue Reading →
Monday Nov. 20, 2018 presidential election candidate Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador presented the National Development Plan of his party the Movimiento de Regeneración Nacional (MORENA). This 400 page document has a chapter dedicated to the energy sector within the strategic axis of economic development. This chapter starts with an analysis of Mexico’s hydrocarbons. […]Continue Reading →